London Tube station closes after ‘customer incident’ at Warren Street


Londoners wait for an undergroud train at Warren Street station in central London, 29 May 2007. Known for it its frequent delays, engineering works and cancellations, the tube challenges the patience of the Londoners who greatly depend on it. epa01022882 EPA/ANDY RAIN

Warren Street was closed earlier (not pictured at the time of incident) (Picture: EPA)

A London Tube station was temporarily closed as officials dealt with a ‘customer incident’ at Warren Street this evening. 

A faulty train stopped at around 4.45pm this evening, which may have caused a number of passengers to trigger the alarm, explained a Transport for London (TfL) spokesman.

People were tweeting at the scene as officers boarded the train.